Christopher Kendall

Christopher Kendall
University of Toronto | U of T · Department of Anthropology

Master of Science - Evolutionary Anthropology

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The increasing awareness that hybridization, and resultant gene flow, plays a major role in animal diversification has led to a growing number of studies that have focused on assessing the morphological consequences of this process. Analyses of mammalian hybrids have identified skeletal effects of hybridization, including a suite of anomalous denta...
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Little is known regarding the first people to enter the Americas and their genetic legacy. Genomic analysis of the oldest human remains from the Americas showed a direct relationship between a Clovis-related ancestral population and all modern Central and South Americans as well as a deep split separating them from North Americans in Canada. We pre...
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Little is known regarding the first people to enter the Americas and their genetic legacy.Genomic analysis of the oldest human remains from the Americas showed a direct relationship between a Clovis-related ancestral population and all modern Central and South Americans as well as a deep split separating them from North Americans in Canada.We prese...
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An understanding of the structural complexity of mineralised tissues is fundamental for exploration into the field of diagenesis. Here we review aspects of current and past research on bone and tooth diagenesis using the most comprehensive collection of literature on diagenesis to date. Environmental factors such as soil pH, soil hydrology and ambi...
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Review article on human and primate taste perception.

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15 PhD students working at four leading research institutes will transverse cross-disciplinary boundaries between archaeology and the natural sciences and be given the skills to exploit the latest bioscience technologies to research processes and events that are central to some of the most important phases and dimensions of Northern Europe's past cultural development. The network will address the complex interactions between the peoples, cultures and environments of Northern Europe situated within the broader east-west interaction zones of the Circumpolar World.